Dominic McClarey

Dominic McClarey

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WEB OLD POLAR Nikon F3 (1 of 1)

WEB OLD POLAR Nikon F3 (1 of 1)

François Fontaine, Silenzio!, Mémoires de cinéma, 2012 (from To Catch a Thief, Alfred Hitchcock, 1955) The Leica has continued to be a sought-after tool for contemporary image makers. In an experimental series on how we see and remember pictures, the French photographer François Fontaine projected classic movies by Terence Malick, Alfred Hitchcock, Victor Fleming,and Jean-Luc Godard, and took deliberately blurry stills of key moments.

François Fontaine, Silenzio!, Mémoires de cinéma, 2012 (from To Catch a Thief, Alfred Hitchcock, 1955) The Leica has continued to be a sought-after tool for contemporary image makers. In an experimental series on how we see and remember pictures, the French photographer François Fontaine projected classic movies by Terence Malick, Alfred Hitchcock, Victor Fleming,and Jean-Luc Godard, and took deliberately blurry stills of key moments.

Leica: the camera that freed the world – in pictures

Leica: the camera that freed the world – in pictures

The original or Ur-Leica is considered as revolutionary a technological development as the advent of the mobile phone. Compact and lightweight – a mere 400g – and using 35mm cinematic film, , it was small enough to fit into a coat pocket, and rapidly became essential not only to professional photographers but also amateurs, thereby bringing photography into everyday life.

The original or Ur-Leica is considered as revolutionary a technological development as the advent of the mobile phone. Compact and lightweight – a mere 400g – and using 35mm cinematic film, , it was small enough to fit into a coat pocket, and rapidly became essential not only to professional photographers but also amateurs, thereby bringing photography into everyday life.

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